Brian Carey, Strategic Growth Director of Kongsberg Digital joins the podcast to discuss the role of digitilisation and innovation in the Oil & Gas industry and how ESG will continue to shape and mould the sector. Listen to the full episode here.
Africa is a big continent, and many countries are at different stages of development from economic and energy access perspectives. The key drivers in the region include commitments to the Paris climate agreement and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG), one of which is access to clean and affordable energy. Read more here.
An African energy renaissance may be on the horizon, promising a reversal of fortunes for energy security across the continent. The oil and gas sector had shown exceptional promise prior to the Covid demand drop and subsequent project delays, nowhere else had a comparable rate of new oil and gas field discoveries. The result is a continental energy market that has embraced the potential for rapid development off the back of a natural resource boon.
Gas-to-Power is the popular choice among African states looking to diversify their energy mix away from coal, with gas power generation accounting for two-thirds of new capacity. Natural gas and LNG have been enjoying a renaissance in their broad utility throughout the energy transition, spurned onwards in popularity with the successive gas discoveries all along the African coast.
Due to the politicised nature of the Energy sector in Mexico, strong policies and foundations for successful monetization has fallen by the way side. A degree of politicisation is expected in national oil companies, and when looking around the globe this is often the case. However, in the instance of Mexico, politicisation is the defining feature.
Andrew Rosell, Shareholder at Winstead joins us as a part of our new mini series around “Investor Due Diligence for Minerals & Royalties Funds” where he walks us through the different kinds of fund structures, fund provisions and management fee structures. Listen here.
What does a comprehensive ESG programme look like; identifying the possible range of initiatives that work for your business.
To start; a business needs to identify and establish where and how their ESG-related weaknesses manifest. Once these weaknesses are established, a company should then identify, develop and utilize a strong ESG reporting framework, one that can challenge the business to improve their impact on society.
Kongsberg Digital share the key insights from their Digitalisation & AI session at APAC Energy Assembly 2021
On this Women’s Energy Council article we chat with Zakithi Zama, General Manager, iMbokodo E&P about her career in Oil & Gas. Read More
The emergence of Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) policy has hit a roadblock with the inability to create comparable and standardised measurements across jurisdictions, or even within a particular industry. The Energy Council ask’s “Can it even be done?”
The need to decarbonise has initiated a holistic reconsideration of the role of capital markets; particularly how they can facilitate access to capital to stave off climate change, manifesting itself as a growing requirement for financiers to take responsibility for how and where they deploy their capital.
At the end of May, the Energy Council hosted an advisory board with sixteen senior executives in the North American energy sector. The esteemed advisors reflect a diverse range of both E&P operators, investors, financiers, digital leaders, OFS players and traders across both the private and public spaces.
Kim Garber, CEO at CORE-CCO joins us as a part of our new mini series around “Investor Due Diligence for Minerals & Royalties Funds” where she discusses the different registration requirements and exemptions when raising/operating a private minerals fund. Listen here.
In the May 2021 edition of the Pulse Report, we revisit activity in the Delaware Basin. Download the report here.
The partnership will provide a series of four major studies examining stakeholder sentiment towards energy majors and smaller players and measure their performance in the transition towards the provision of cleaner energy and stronger corporate governance. Read more.
In this episode of the Women’s Energy Council Podcast, Amy Miller speaks to Gina Fyffe, Chief Executive Officer at Integra Petrochemicals whereby Gina discusses her experiences as the first woman hired to the ExxonMobil Petrochemicals Marketing team. Listen here.
During the Energy Council’s APAC Assembly, Naftogaz presented the international oil & gas community with investment opportunities in the Ukraine. View the presentation here.